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Table Of Contents

Tutorial Summaries
About the tutorials
Using the online tutorial file
Table of contents
Back and Forward buttons
Command location pop-ups
How to print
Conventions used in this document
Part I: Fair Curves and Surfaces
Characteristics of fairness
Using the curvature graph for fairing
Steps to achieving fairness
Fairing to simple curves
Analyzing the hull curves
Fairing the curves
Refining the curve shapes
Bow profiles
Create the Surface
To create the surface:
Assess the surface fairness
Final fairing of the surface
Part II: 17-Foot Seine Skiff
The vessel
The files
Lay out the hull curves
Check for fairness
Curvature graph
Rebuild the curves
Stand the profile up
Create the three-dimensional curves
Create the three-dimensional curves:
About the curves
Loft the hull surfaces
Loft the chine and centerlines
Trim the bow to the buttock line
Check the results
Build the transom
Extend the centerline
Extend the centerline:
Draw the construction circle
Draw the construction circle:
Draw the trimming lines
Draw the trimming line:
Trim the construction circle
Extrude the surface
Extrude the surface:
Build the camber curve
Intersect the side and transom panels
Draw construction lines
Draw construction lines:
Draw the camber arc
Draw the camber arc:
Trim the transom
Create the centerline and deadflat
Create the centerline and deadflat:
Trim the transom surface
Complete the transom and check for unjoined edges
Analyze the surfaces
Environment map analysis
Zebra stripe analysis
Surface curvature analysis (Gaussian)
Complete the hull
Create the centerline deadflat
Mirror the hull and transom
Mirror the hull and transom:
Create the deadflat surface
Join the two hull halves and deadflat surface
Unroll the plates
Prepare the hull for unrolling
Place marking lines
Unroll the transom
Part III: 68-Foot Sailing Yacht
Lay out the hull
Lay out the sheer
Lay out the rabbet profile
Lay out the transom profile
Fair the two-dimensional curves
Create the three-dimensional sheer
The three-dimensional sheer
Construct preliminary stations
Create the bow stations
Loft the hull surface
Adjust the surface
Modify the forefoot
Analyze the surface
Environment map
Curvature analysis
Mirror and join the hull surface
Create the deadflat
Join the sides and deadflat
Add the transom
Create the camber curve
Finish the transom
Add the deck
Create the lines drawing
Part IV: Offshore Racing Power Boat
Import the stations
Prepare the station curves
Define the side panel shape
Prepare the bottom stations
Modify the bottom surface
Construct the chine strakes
Join the hull and check for unjoined edges
Create the transom
Construct the camber curve
Create construction lines
Copy the camber arc into position
Trim the transom top
Join the transom to the hull
Create the deck
Loft the deck beam curves
Trim the deck with the hull and join
Prepare the model for the strakes
Model the strakes
Create trimming curves for the hull
Trim the hull to create a space for the strakes
Create the trimming curves for the strakes
Create a blend surface between the strakes and hull
Join and check the hull
Trim the hull to the transom surface
Marry the bottom with strakes into the hull model
Add the cockpit and cabin
Set up the models
Create the cockpit curves
Extrude the cockpit curve and trim
Create the cockpit sole
Create the opening in the deck in way of the cabin
Create the aft cabin bulkhead
Create the cabin top
Create the cabin top camber curve
Create cabin top camber curve
Create the cabin sides
Create the cabin side
Copy the cabin/deck assembly to the original model
Copy the cabin/deck assembly to the final model
Part V: 165-Foot Motor Yacht Hull
Prepare the curves from the designer’s lines
Copy the required 2-D curves to the new model
Interpreting the curvature graph
Create the three-dimensional stem wrapper tangent
Construct the phantom station
Extend the station tops aft
Trim to the rabbet / forefoot / stem wrapper
Analyze surface fairness
Create keel flat, forefoot, and stem wrapper
Extend the stem wrapper to the sheer
Trim the aft sheer
Create the swim step transom chine and trim the hull
Create the swim step transom
Create the swim step
Create the transom bulwark
Add the whaleback and sheer strake
Create the whaleback sheer
Create the whaleback stem wrapper
Add the decks
Create the step between the main deck and the raised deck
Part VI: 165-Foot Motor Yacht Superstructure
The Vessel
The Files
Fair the curves in 2-D
Prepare the 2-D lines for export
Build the main deck
Construct the housetops
Build the deckhouse sides
Add the windows
Build the visors
Loft the forward visor caps
Loft the aft visor cap
Create the windshields
Build the railings
Build the stacks
Build the mast
Side surfaces
Radar flats
Part VII : Reference
About the author
How to nudge control points
What to do about unjoined edges
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Published by: Erwin Alfonso Rodríguez Ojeda on Feb 07, 2012
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